computer-generated imagery

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computer-generated imagery

(graphics)
(CGI) Animatied graphics produced by computer and used in film or television.

computer-generated imagery

The images and animations created with computer software for movies and video games, as well as TV and online commercials. The myriad special effects in today's movies, which mix real actors with aliens, are mostly generated in the computer. There is no limit to the fantasy world that can be created with computer-generated imagery (CGI) techniques. To learn the basics of computer images, see graphics. See 3D graphics and 3D visualization.
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He noted that 'Gremlins 3' would be made mostly with puppets, while computer generated imagery will be kept at a minimum.
All laundry detergent is launching a new television commercial featuring the iconic Peanuts characters reimagined in modern day computer generated imagery (CGI) by Blue Sky Studios.
Imaginarium the agency set up from Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings turns human movements into computer generated imagery.
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DE), a provider of professional high-end 3D visualisation software, marketing solutions and computer generated imagery services.
The Best Of Bahrain publication, which was first launched in 2010, features a chapter Bahrain Talent and showcases Bahraini talents in painting, photography, computer generated imagery and creative writing.
There are the traditional areas such as finance, business and engineering, but also new technologies such as computer games and computer generated imagery (CGI).
THE creative industry sector is being encouraged to use a new computer generated imagery (CGI) facility at the University of Glamorgan.
And all the computer generated imagery in the world can't disguise it.
It's a sketch show which uses computer generated imagery, thereby giving the writers the freedom to do what the hell they like.
THE computer generated imagery (CGi) that allows cinema goers to witness sabre-tooth tigers terrifying unsuspecting cavemen and huge robots slugging it out in movies like Transformers is becoming increasingly useful in the world of commercial property development.
Not only that but ENCHANTED, the film in question, combines computer generated imagery with real-life action, allowing the central characters to step out of a children's storybook and straight on to the mean streets of Manhattan.

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